Tips, Ideas, and Examples for Going Live on TikTok



Are you looking for the perfect TikTok video to make your account go viral? We don't have it, but there is a method to come close. TikTok LIVE may help you build real-time relationships with your audience while also drawing new followers to your account.


All you have to do is switch on the camera and start chatting, which we'll demonstrate in this article.


What is TikTok Live, exactly?


TikTok LIVE is exactly what it sounds like—version it's TikTok's of live video, similar to Facebook Live, Instagram Live, and YouTube Live. TikTok LIVE, according to the site, allows users and artists to communicate in real time. There are a few conditions that must be met:

  • To access TikTok live, you must have at least 1,000 followers (although there is currently a hack—more about that later).

  • To start your own life, you must be 16 years old or older.

  • To send and receive presents during a LIVE, you must be at least 18 years old. During a live stream, gifts are basically virtual offers from your viewers that may be converted into cash.


How to use TikTok to go live


Follow these procedures to go live on TikTok if you match the aforementioned requirements:

  • Activate the camera.

  • Under the red button, scroll through the choices until you find LIVE and hit it.

  • Make a title for your live broadcast.

  • Select a cover photo, a theme, and any other filters.

  • Go LIVE by tapping the pink icon.


Here’s what to do:


Step #1: To access the camera, first click the + at the bottom of your TikTok screen.


Step #2: The recording choices are located underneath the red record button. Tap the LIVE option after scrolling to the right.


Step #3: Give it a title. Keep it brief and sweet! There are just roughly 30 characters available.


Step #4: Select a cover image. You can use this as your profile photo or change it to something different. Select a theme, filters, effects, and more. You may also donate to a charitable organization.


Step #5: Select "Go LIVE."


Before your video starts, there will be a three-second countdown. If this button does not appear, check sure you've satisfied all of the TikTok LIVE criteria. If this is the case, there may be too many live streams running at the same time. After a few minutes, try again.